A small, 3 1/4" thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (tft lcd), attached to a a 40-pin connector/power feed which would plug into video outport on the circuit board
Silicon (crystaline wafers made from a thin film of amorphous silicon)
3.25" screen, 40 pin connector
SHARP Company History, a PDF documenting advancements in TFT LCD tech, the openings of new manufacturing plants, etc. (navigate quickly through chapters by changing end of url to chapter07.pdf, chapter08.pdf... chapter10.pdf, etc)
The World of Liquid Crystal Displays, a Kent University based site which explains how silicon molecules act as thin-film-transistors in LCD tech, allowing for controlable visual output on a glass screen.
SHARP Corp, “Visual Components,” Mapping Our Devices, accessed October 24, 2020, http://maps.dgst101.net/items/show/60.